PMI’s 2021 – 2026 Strategy, End Malaria Faster
A child still dies every two minutes from malaria and, despite incredible progress towards elimination, the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and conflict threaten to reverse gains. PMI’s new strategic plan aims to address the changing world around us while maintaining and improving malaria care by focusing on reaching the most remote communities.
PMI will contribute to global goals of saving over four million lives and preventing over one billion cases of malaria by 2025.
The world is at a turning point in the fight to end malaria. Innovations to combat resistance and improvements in data and supply systems mean that optimal interventions can be deployed where they are needed most. Strong global partnerships can ensure a healthy, resilient market for lifesaving prevention and treatment products.
PMI will work with partners to maximize program efficiency by addressing five focus areas; reach the unreached, strengthen community health systems, keep malaria services resilient, invest locally, and innovate and lead.
Together we can save lives, reduce health inequities, and improve disease surveillance and global health security. Together we can make the next 15 years, the last 15 years of malaria.Access Here